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London: Harvey & Miller Publishers, 2007. Livre. As New. Cloth. Edition originale. 210 X280 mm.. Stella Panayotova (ed.) The Cambridge Illuminations. The Conference Papers ISBN 978-1-905375-17-2 334 p., 283 b/w ills., 17 col. ills., 210 x 280 mm, 2007, HB Series: Studies in Medieval and Early Renaissance Art History, Vol. 52 ¿ 150,00.- George Henderson, ¿Introduction¿; Andrea Worm, ¿The Gospel Book in the Fitzwilliam Museum, MS McClean 21: Some New Aspects of the Artistic Relationship between the Meuse Valley, the Rhineland and Lower-Saxony¿; Catherine Karkov, ¿Evangelist Portraits and Book Production in Anglo-Saxon England¿; Stella Panayotova, ¿Tutorials with Slides for Thomas Becket¿; Robert Scheller, ¿Wreath and Crown in Apocalypse Illustrations¿; Martine Meuwese, ¿The Exploits of Alexander the Great in Trinity College¿; Mary Rouse, ¿Keeping Up Appearances: CUL Gg.4.6, Roman de la rose¿; Richard Rouse, ¿The Illuminator of Marie de St. Pol¿s Breviary¿; Spike Bucklow, ¿A Tale of Two Blues¿; Kathleen Scott, ¿Manuscripts for Henry VII in Cambridge¿; T.A. Heslop, ¿Manuscript Illumination at Worcester in 1055-1075¿; William Schipper, ¿Sacred Cross Word Puzzles: Trinity College, Cambridge, MS B.16.3¿; Lawrence Nees, ¿Between Carolingian and Romanesque in France: Cambridge Fitzwilliam Museum, MS McClean 19 and its Relatives¿; Gennaro Toscano, ¿Cristoforo Majorana e la miniature all¿antica: a proposito di qualche codice conservato a Cambridge¿; Jessica Berenbeim, ¿English Fourteenth-Century Pastoral Manuscripts¿; Judith Oliver, ¿Te matrem laudamus: The Many Roles of Mary in Liège Psalter Hours in Cambridge¿; Lilian Armstrong, ¿Venetian Incunables in Cambridge Collections: Modes of Hand-Illumination¿; Anne-Marie Legaré, ¿New Elements on the Oettingen Library: Fitzwilliam MS 22¿; Michael Michael, ¿Seeing in the Macclesfield Psalter and the Trinity Bede¿; Margaret Manion, ¿Blending Private and Liturgical Prayer: MS 3-1954 at the Fitzwilliam Museum and Valois Patronage¿; Nicholas Rogers, ¿From Eleanor of Castile to John Scott the Younger: Evidence for Illumination in Cambridge¿; Patrick Zutshi, ¿The Provenance of the so-called Hours of Isabella of Aragon¿; Roger Wieck, ¿The Primer of Claude de France and the Education of the Renaissance Child¿; Lucy Sandler, ¿The Macclesfield Psalter¿; William Noel, ¿W. de Brailes and the Illustration of the Psalter in Thirteenth-Century England¿; Peter Jones, ¿Cambridge University Library MS Gg.1.1: Fancy Horse or Pack-mule?¿; Eberhard König, ¿Angers Illumination in Cambridge (FM MSS 62, 39-1950)¿ Alison Stones, Some Secular Manuscripts in Cambridge Collections¿ - language : english texts., Harvey & Miller Publishers, 2007

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[EAN: 9781905375172], [SC: 5.0], [PU: Brepols Publishers 0, Versand an Institutionen auch gegen Rechnung], Verlagsfrisch New copy Harvey Miller Studies in Medieval and Early Renaissance Art History (HMSAH 52) The Cambridge Illuminations. The Conference Papers 334 p., 283 b/w ill. + 17 colour ill., 210 x 280 mm, 2007 ISBN: 978-1-905375-17-2 Languages: English, Italian Hardback The publication is available. Retail price: EUR 120,00 George Henderson, 'Introduction'; Andrea Worm, 'The Gospel Book in the Fitzwilliam Museum, MS McClean 21: Some New Aspects of the Artistic Relationship between the Meuse Valley, the Rhineland and Lower-Saxony'; Catherine Karkov, 'Evangelist Portraits and Book Production in Anglo-Saxon England'; Stella Panayotova, 'Tutorials with Slides for Thomas Becket'; Robert Scheller, 'Wreath and Crown in Apocalypse Illustrations'; Martine Meuwese, 'The Exploits of Alexander the Great in Trinity College'; Mary Rouse, 'Keeping Up Appearances: CUL Gg.4.6, Roman de la rose'; Richard Rouse, 'The Illuminator of Marie de St. Pol's Breviary'; Spike Bucklow, 'A Tale of Two Blues'; Kathleen Scott, 'Manuscripts for Henry VII in Cambridge'; T.A. Heslop, 'Manuscript Illumination at Worcester in 1055-1075'; William Schipper, 'Sacred Cross Word Puzzles: Trinity College, Cambridge, MS B.16.3'; Lawrence Nees, 'Between Carolingian and Romanesque in France: Cambridge Fitzwilliam Museum, MS McClean 19 and its Relatives'; Gennaro Toscano, 'Cristoforo Majorana e la miniature all'antica: a proposito di qualche codice conservato a Cambridge'; Jessica Berenbeim, 'English Fourteenth-Century Pastoral Manuscripts'; Judith Oliver, 'Te matrem laudamus: The Many Roles of Mary in Liège Psalter Hours in Cambridge'; Lilian Armstrong, 'Venetian Incunables in Cambridge Collections: Modes of Hand-Illumination'; Anne-Marie Legaré, 'New Elements on the Oettingen Library: Fitzwilliam MS 22'; Michael Michael, 'Seeing in the Macclesfield Psalter and the Trinity Bede'; Margaret Manion, 'Blending Private and Liturgical Prayer: MS 3-1954 at the Fitzwilliam Museum and Valois Patronage'; Nicholas Rogers, 'From Eleanor of Castile to John Scott the Younger: Evidence for Illumination in Cambridge'; Patrick Zutshi, 'The Provenance of the so-called Hours of Isabella of Aragon'; Roger Wieck, 'The Primer of Claude de France and the Education of the Renaissance Child'; Lucy Sandler, 'The Macclesfield Psalter'; William Noel, 'W. de Brailes and the Illustration of the Psalter in Thirteenth-Century England'; Peter Jones, 'Cambridge University Library MS Gg.1.1: Fancy Horse or Pack-mule?'; Eberhard König, 'Angers Illumination in Cambridge (FM MSS 62, 39-1950)'; Alison Stones, 'Some Secular Manuscripts in Cambridge Collections'

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London: Harvey & Miller Publishers, 2007. Livre. As New. Couverture souple. Edition originale. 210 X280 mm.. Product Information Harvey Miller Studies in Medieval and Early Renaissance Art History HMSAH 42 S. Panayotova, P. Binski The Cambridge Illuminations Ten Centuries of Book Production in the Medieval West. 416 p., 285 colour ill., 210 x 280 mm, 2005, paperback ISBN 978-1-872501-59-8, EURO 150.00 Available English Text: Cambridge is the depository of one of the greatest collections of illuminated manuscrips in the world. The present volume is published to accompany the exhibition of some two hundred spectacular Cambridge treasures ¿ from the Fitzwilliam Museum, the Cambridge University Library and the individual College libraries ¿ covering a unique array of outstanding but rarely seen illuminated books. The Catalogue spans over ten centuries of book production, from the significant sixth-century Gospels of St. Augustine, to the great Romanesque Bibles such as the Bury and Dover Bibles, the exquisite and emotive devotional books of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, up to the refined, classical elegance of the Humanist books of early Renaissance Italy. Manuscripts are grouped thematically under eight headings: 1. The Coming of Christianity, 2. The Bible and its Study, 3. The Liturgy and the Offices, 4. Private Devotion, 5. History and Literature, 6. The Medieval Encyclopedia, 7. The Humanist Manuscript, 8. Manuscripts and Documents for Cambridge University. The Catalogue entries as well as the introductory essays to each section are by well-known authorities in their field, among them the editors Paul Binski and Stella Panayotova, and Jonathan Alexander, Christopher de Hamel, Rosamond McKitterick, Nigel Morgan and Tessa Webber. All manuscripts catalogued are illustrated in full colour, and there is a Glossary, exhaustive Bibliography and detailed Index. Review: "The catalogue, (.), will retain its value as a work of reference long after the exhibition closes. The standard of entries is uniformly high and they display a welcome variety of approach." (C.M. Kauffmann in The Burlington Magazine, CXLVII, November 2005, p.767-768) xx language : english texts., Harvey & Miller Publishers, 2007

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Contents: George Henderson, 'Introduction'; Andrea Worm, 'The Gospel Book in the Fitzwilliam Museum, MS McClean 21: Some New Aspects of the Artistic Relationship between the Meuse Valley, the Rhineland and Lower-Saxony'; Catherine Karkov, 'Evangelist Portraits and Book Production in Anglo-Saxon England'; Stella Panayotova, 'Tutorials with Slides for Thomas Becket'; Robert Scheller, 'Wreath and Crown in Apocalypse Illustrations'; Martine Meuwese, 'The Exploits of Alexander the Great in Trinity College'; Mary Rouse, 'Keeping Up Appearances: CUL Gg.4.6, Roman de la rose'; Richard Rouse, 'The Illuminator of Marie de St. Pol's Breviary'; Spike Bucklow, 'A Tale of Two Blues'; Kathleen Scott, 'Manuscripts for Henry VII in Cambridge'; T.A. Heslop, 'Manuscript Illumination at Worcester in 1055-1075'; William Schipper, 'Sacred Cross Word Puzzles: Trinity College, Cambridge, MS B.16.3'; Lawrence Nees, 'Between Carolingian and Romanesque in France: Cambridge Fitzwilliam Museum, MS McClean 19 and its Relatives'; Gennaro Toscano, 'Cristoforo Majorana e la miniature all'antica: a proposito di qualche codice conservato a Cambridge'; Jessica Berenbeim, 'English Fourteenth-Century Pastoral Manuscripts'; Judith Oliver, 'Te matrem laudamus: The Many Roles of Mary in Liège Psalter Hours in Cambridge'; Lilian Armstrong, 'Venetian Incunables in Cambridge Collections: Modes of Hand-Illumination'; Anne-Marie Legaré, 'New Elements on the Oettingen Library: Fitzwilliam MS 22'; Michael Michael, 'Seeing in the Macclesfield Psalter and the Trinity Bede'; Margaret Manion, 'Blending Private and Liturgical Prayer: MS 3-1954 at the Fitzwilliam Museum and Valois Patronage'; Nicholas Rogers, 'From Eleanor of Castile to John Scott the Younger: Evidence for Illumination in Cambridge'; Patrick Zutshi, 'The Provenance of the so-called Hours of Isabella of Aragon'; Roger Wieck, 'The Primer of Claude de France and the Education of the Renaissance Child'; Lucy Sandler, 'The Macclesfield Psalter'; William Noel, 'W. de Brailes and the Illustration of the Psalter in Thirteenth-Century England'; Peter Jones, 'Cambridge University Library MS Gg.1.1: Fancy Horse or Pack-mule?'; Eberhard König, 'Angers Illumination in Cambridge (FM MSS 62, 39-1950)'; Alison Stones, 'Some Secular Manuscripts in Cambridge Collections'.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781905375172
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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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